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Noboribetsu Grand Hotel
4.5/569 Reviews

Noboribetsu Grand Hotel

Noboribetsu|9.26km from city center
Noboribetsu, Hokkaido Prefecture. Filled with the mists of the North Pacific Ocean deep in the forrest valley lies the home of the thermal volcanic “hell valley”, all-natural hot springs, lakes, and the cuddly Bear Mountain Park. This is a tourist’s escape from whatever burdens them in the city, into the natural wonderland of mountains, hot spring streams, and warm local hospitality. The Noboribetsu Grand Hotel was opened in 1938. What was the Noboribetsu Guest House now revolutionized and expanded into a 300 plus room hotel with a finished off with a hot spring spa. Now a popular holiday getaway for the tourists both from Japan and abroad, this hotel packs itself to the brim both during the hot summers and the freezing winters. As part of our adventures down and around Hokkaido, we experienced this hotel and here’s our honest review of the Noboribetsu Grand Hotel: Our stay occurred from July 22nd to 23rd, this was our first night in Hokkaido after a long flight from Shanghai. A long hour drive from the highly trafficked New Chitose Airport would lead you to the Grand Hotel. Upon driving up, you would see how old the hotel is with its grey tiled walls and white drive up area. Greeting us at the hotel were the bellmen bowing as they would in the Japanese-style etiquette as you enter the lobby filled with one of Noboribetsu’s gift shop, monster figures, and marbled front desk area. None of the staff members spoke much English, so our lovely tour guide helped us in translation. Our check-in agent guided us through the specific details of the hotel facilities, breakfast facilities, and tatami installation times. We were given a 4-person Japanese-style “VIP” room, which consists of an at most 30 SQM space with a tatami floored living/bedroom space combination, a sitting room, a toilet room, a sink area, and a compact bathroom with separate shower & bathtub facilities. During the daytimes, living room acts a place for dining and seating with tatami chairs and a table. The TV stands at a corner. At around 7PM, the room attendants would turnover the tatami beds by moving the tables and chairs into the closet space and setting up the tatami beds. The tatami beds were rather inconvenient for us because of the size of the pillows that made of the tatami rather hard to sleep on. Don’t get us wrong, tatami beds are an efficient sleeping beds for families, but a single small sized pillow per bed makes the difference between authentic Japanese comfort and discomfort. Much of the challenge during the sleeping process was making sure your body stayed on the mattress when getting used to the firm yet small bean-filled pillow. I would recommend rooms that they provide that caters to a more westernized style with full beds. The tatami issue is a situation the hotel needs to revamp on. If they can start providing extra pillows in the closet or thicker sized pillows, it would be a great turnaround. The Japanese Hot Spring SPA concept is quite bizarre. Unlike mos

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Noboribetsu Onsenkyo Takinoya
4.6/570 Reviews

Noboribetsu Onsenkyo Takinoya

Noboribetsu|9.49km from city center

Latest booking 9 hrs ago

I have always wanted to stay in Kyo Takinoya ever since I visited Noboribetsu for the first time in 2015. That’s why we have decided to stay here during our honeymoon. We booked a Japanese style room with private onsen for our stay. We drove for around 2 hours from Niseko. Upon arriving the parking lot, we are greeted by the hotel staff. They guided us to a parking spot and helped us to carry our luggage to the room. Before we can set foot in the hotel lobby, we need to take off our shoes. Once we finished checkin. They took us to the hotel lounge where we were served some tea and Yokan before they took us to our room. Our room was spacious, clean and very traditional. Overall, it was quite well maintained considering the history of this hotel although we do see some wear and tear on the cabinet door. You can decide whether to set up the tatami in the living room or bed room area. A staff came in and set it all up while we were having dinner. Speaking of dinner, it was all served inside our room’s dining area at a selected time. We just need to sit in the dining room and wait for the dinner to come. A female staff politely asked to came in from the dinning area’s backdoor on time. The food was delicate and delicious. We are overall very satisfied and we especially enjoy the sashimi. The living room is only three steps away and we just rest there after dessert. After the table was cleared, they put a pot of iced cold water there for us. It was a great addition and thoughtful after the hot in-room onsen. There were 2 public onsen in the hotel. The onsen on 5/F is quite small but it had a nice mountain view. There were only 2 showers and I had to wait in line for shower when I visited it around 5-6pm. We visited the another Onsen in the morning before we checked out. It is located on B2/F. The onsen area is a lot larger and there are way more showers.

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Takinoya Bekkan Tamanoyu
4.4/514 Reviews

Takinoya Bekkan Tamanoyu

Noboribetsu|9.41km from city center

Latest booking 17 hrs ago

We wanted a more private ryokan experience with dinner served privately rather than a buffet so we chose this ryokan. It was a great experience although it cost a lot, I think the price is a bit steep for services or food provided. The good: the location is central, on the shopping street itself and very walkable to the Hell Valley. We arrived by car and there is free parking just across the ryokan. The ryokan is smallish so more personal. We were served dinner in a private room, very cozy and intimate compared to buffet with lots of other tourists in bigger hotels. There was no non smoking room but I was pleasantly surprised by the very clean air. The onsen is small one outdoor one indoor but we were the only people using it - just me and my three daughters and my husband next door in the man side - fantastic since it was our first onsen experience and we were worried about being in our birth suit. The shampoos etc was very good in the onsen. The not so good: It was quite hard to locate as the sign is not in English. It took us a while. The main course of the dinner was a disappointment, the grilled mackerel was dried and not piping hot. The same dish served at Onsen Ichiba just up the road was so much better. The other main course choice was pork which was average. The sashimi was a standout but for my hubby who doesn’t eat raw food the dinner was very mediocre despite the high price. Overall it was a great first onsen and ryokan experience.
Kashoutei Hanaya
4.5/518 Reviews

Kashoutei Hanaya

Noboribetsu|9.05km from city center
Every year, many children's shoes go to Japan for bathing, and there are countless hot spring options in Japan from south to north. But my favorite is to wait for this sulfur hot spring. # 花 中 庭 花 屋 Ryokan Ryokan [Location] # ▲ Kashotei Hanaya This ryokan is known for traditional Kaiseki cuisine, and guests can enjoy breakfast and dinner in the room. The hotel offers sulfur hot springs, as well as open-air baths in addition to the large baths. There are three choices of rooms: Japanese, semi-Japanese and semi-Western, and western. ▲ ᖇOOᗰ I chose Japanese style, enough for 18 square meters. The hotel staff will help you make the bed, and the luggage box will help you get it when you check in ... The room has a large window facing the garden. ▲ ᗷᖇᗴᗩKᖴᗩᔕT It is included in the room rate. The buffet is very rich. When you check in, you must reserve a meal for the next day. Time based on your next day trip ... ▲ ᕼOT ᔕᑭᖇ I ᑎᘜᔕ The hot spring here is divided into indoor and outdoor. It is recommended to go outdoors to run a wave. It is very comfortable. Although the pool is not large, it is really comfortable. The skin is smooth after soaking, and you can drink a glass of Japanese beer after soaking ... Drinks are free in the coffee area in the hotel. Those who can't drink beer can enjoy other drinks here. They also bought horse oil here. (I used the hotel bathhouse and found it very useful. I bought two bottles immediately after soaking) ▲ Tᖇᗩ ᑎᔕᑭ OᖇT Waiting at the other train station, do taxi. 6.7 km from the hotel. However, to the train station is the scheduled hotel shuttle bus, you need to book the departure time for the waiter one day in advance. ▲ ᗩᖇO ᑌᑎᗪ Ten minutes walk to the city 15 minutes to Hell Valley 15 minutes to Bear Park Cable Car 💰 Double room from 1500RMB 🏷️ No.134 Noboribetsu, Noboribetsu-cho, Hokkaido

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Noboribetsu Onsenkyo Takinoya
4.6/570 Reviews

Noboribetsu Onsenkyo Takinoya

Noboribetsu|9.49km from city center

Latest booking 9 hrs ago

I have always wanted to stay in Kyo Takinoya ever since I visited Noboribetsu for the first time in 2015. That’s why we have decided to stay here during our honeymoon. We booked a Japanese style room with private onsen for our stay. We drove for around 2 hours from Niseko. Upon arriving the parking lot, we are greeted by the hotel staff. They guided us to a parking spot and helped us to carry our luggage to the room. Before we can set foot in the hotel lobby, we need to take off our shoes. Once we finished checkin. They took us to the hotel lounge where we were served some tea and Yokan before they took us to our room. Our room was spacious, clean and very traditional. Overall, it was quite well maintained considering the history of this hotel although we do see some wear and tear on the cabinet door. You can decide whether to set up the tatami in the living room or bed room area. A staff came in and set it all up while we were having dinner. Speaking of dinner, it was all served inside our room’s dining area at a selected time. We just need to sit in the dining room and wait for the dinner to come. A female staff politely asked to came in from the dinning area’s backdoor on time. The food was delicate and delicious. We are overall very satisfied and we especially enjoy the sashimi. The living room is only three steps away and we just rest there after dessert. After the table was cleared, they put a pot of iced cold water there for us. It was a great addition and thoughtful after the hot in-room onsen. There were 2 public onsen in the hotel. The onsen on 5/F is quite small but it had a nice mountain view. There were only 2 showers and I had to wait in line for shower when I visited it around 5-6pm. We visited the another Onsen in the morning before we checked out. It is located on B2/F. The onsen area is a lot larger and there are way more showers.

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Noboribetsu Date Jidai Village

Kashoutei Hanaya
4.5/518 Reviews

Kashoutei Hanaya

Noboribetsu|2.95km from Noboribetsu Date Jidai Village
Every year, many children's shoes go to Japan for bathing, and there are countless hot spring options in Japan from south to north. But my favorite is to wait for this sulfur hot spring. # 花 中 庭 花 屋 Ryokan Ryokan [Location] # ▲ Kashotei Hanaya This ryokan is known for traditional Kaiseki cuisine, and guests can enjoy breakfast and dinner in the room. The hotel offers sulfur hot springs, as well as open-air baths in addition to the large baths. There are three choices of rooms: Japanese, semi-Japanese and semi-Western, and western. ▲ ᖇOOᗰ I chose Japanese style, enough for 18 square meters. The hotel staff will help you make the bed, and the luggage box will help you get it when you check in ... The room has a large window facing the garden. ▲ ᗷᖇᗴᗩKᖴᗩᔕT It is included in the room rate. The buffet is very rich. When you check in, you must reserve a meal for the next day. Time based on your next day trip ... ▲ ᕼOT ᔕᑭᖇ I ᑎᘜᔕ The hot spring here is divided into indoor and outdoor. It is recommended to go outdoors to run a wave. It is very comfortable. Although the pool is not large, it is really comfortable. The skin is smooth after soaking, and you can drink a glass of Japanese beer after soaking ... Drinks are free in the coffee area in the hotel. Those who can't drink beer can enjoy other drinks here. They also bought horse oil here. (I used the hotel bathhouse and found it very useful. I bought two bottles immediately after soaking) ▲ Tᖇᗩ ᑎᔕᑭ OᖇT Waiting at the other train station, do taxi. 6.7 km from the hotel. However, to the train station is the scheduled hotel shuttle bus, you need to book the departure time for the waiter one day in advance. ▲ ᗩᖇO ᑌᑎᗪ Ten minutes walk to the city 15 minutes to Hell Valley 15 minutes to Bear Park Cable Car 💰 Double room from 1500RMB 🏷️ No.134 Noboribetsu, Noboribetsu-cho, Hokkaido

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Noboribetsu Bear Park

Kashoutei Hanaya
4.5/518 Reviews

Kashoutei Hanaya

Noboribetsu|0.98km from Noboribetsu Bear Park
Every year, many children's shoes go to Japan for bathing, and there are countless hot spring options in Japan from south to north. But my favorite is to wait for this sulfur hot spring. # 花 中 庭 花 屋 Ryokan Ryokan [Location] # ▲ Kashotei Hanaya This ryokan is known for traditional Kaiseki cuisine, and guests can enjoy breakfast and dinner in the room. The hotel offers sulfur hot springs, as well as open-air baths in addition to the large baths. There are three choices of rooms: Japanese, semi-Japanese and semi-Western, and western. ▲ ᖇOOᗰ I chose Japanese style, enough for 18 square meters. The hotel staff will help you make the bed, and the luggage box will help you get it when you check in ... The room has a large window facing the garden. ▲ ᗷᖇᗴᗩKᖴᗩᔕT It is included in the room rate. The buffet is very rich. When you check in, you must reserve a meal for the next day. Time based on your next day trip ... ▲ ᕼOT ᔕᑭᖇ I ᑎᘜᔕ The hot spring here is divided into indoor and outdoor. It is recommended to go outdoors to run a wave. It is very comfortable. Although the pool is not large, it is really comfortable. The skin is smooth after soaking, and you can drink a glass of Japanese beer after soaking ... Drinks are free in the coffee area in the hotel. Those who can't drink beer can enjoy other drinks here. They also bought horse oil here. (I used the hotel bathhouse and found it very useful. I bought two bottles immediately after soaking) ▲ Tᖇᗩ ᑎᔕᑭ OᖇT Waiting at the other train station, do taxi. 6.7 km from the hotel. However, to the train station is the scheduled hotel shuttle bus, you need to book the departure time for the waiter one day in advance. ▲ ᗩᖇO ᑌᑎᗪ Ten minutes walk to the city 15 minutes to Hell Valley 15 minutes to Bear Park Cable Car 💰 Double room from 1500RMB 🏷️ No.134 Noboribetsu, Noboribetsu-cho, Hokkaido
Takinoya Bekkan Tamanoyu
4.4/514 Reviews

Takinoya Bekkan Tamanoyu

Noboribetsu|1.3km from Noboribetsu Bear Park

Latest booking 17 hrs ago

We wanted a more private ryokan experience with dinner served privately rather than a buffet so we chose this ryokan. It was a great experience although it cost a lot, I think the price is a bit steep for services or food provided. The good: the location is central, on the shopping street itself and very walkable to the Hell Valley. We arrived by car and there is free parking just across the ryokan. The ryokan is smallish so more personal. We were served dinner in a private room, very cozy and intimate compared to buffet with lots of other tourists in bigger hotels. There was no non smoking room but I was pleasantly surprised by the very clean air. The onsen is small one outdoor one indoor but we were the only people using it - just me and my three daughters and my husband next door in the man side - fantastic since it was our first onsen experience and we were worried about being in our birth suit. The shampoos etc was very good in the onsen. The not so good: It was quite hard to locate as the sign is not in English. It took us a while. The main course of the dinner was a disappointment, the grilled mackerel was dried and not piping hot. The same dish served at Onsen Ichiba just up the road was so much better. The other main course choice was pork which was average. The sashimi was a standout but for my hubby who doesn’t eat raw food the dinner was very mediocre despite the high price. Overall it was a great first onsen and ryokan experience.

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Oyado Kiyomizu-ya

Noboribetsu Onsenkyo Takinoya
4.6/570 Reviews

Noboribetsu Onsenkyo Takinoya

Noboribetsu|0.26km from Oyado Kiyomizu-ya

Latest booking 9 hrs ago

I have always wanted to stay in Kyo Takinoya ever since I visited Noboribetsu for the first time in 2015. That’s why we have decided to stay here during our honeymoon. We booked a Japanese style room with private onsen for our stay. We drove for around 2 hours from Niseko. Upon arriving the parking lot, we are greeted by the hotel staff. They guided us to a parking spot and helped us to carry our luggage to the room. Before we can set foot in the hotel lobby, we need to take off our shoes. Once we finished checkin. They took us to the hotel lounge where we were served some tea and Yokan before they took us to our room. Our room was spacious, clean and very traditional. Overall, it was quite well maintained considering the history of this hotel although we do see some wear and tear on the cabinet door. You can decide whether to set up the tatami in the living room or bed room area. A staff came in and set it all up while we were having dinner. Speaking of dinner, it was all served inside our room’s dining area at a selected time. We just need to sit in the dining room and wait for the dinner to come. A female staff politely asked to came in from the dinning area’s backdoor on time. The food was delicate and delicious. We are overall very satisfied and we especially enjoy the sashimi. The living room is only three steps away and we just rest there after dessert. After the table was cleared, they put a pot of iced cold water there for us. It was a great addition and thoughtful after the hot in-room onsen. There were 2 public onsen in the hotel. The onsen on 5/F is quite small but it had a nice mountain view. There were only 2 showers and I had to wait in line for shower when I visited it around 5-6pm. We visited the another Onsen in the morning before we checked out. It is located on B2/F. The onsen area is a lot larger and there are way more showers.

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Noboribetsu Grand Hotel
4.5/569 Reviews
Noboribetsu, Hokkaido Prefecture. Filled with the mists of the North Pacific Ocean deep in the forrest valley lies the home of the thermal volcanic “hell valley”, all-natural hot springs, lakes, and the cuddly Bear Mountain Park. This is a tourist’s escape from whatever burdens them in the city, into the natural wonderland of mountains, hot spring streams, and warm local hospitality. The Noboribetsu Grand Hotel was opened in 1938. What was the Noboribetsu Guest House now revolutionized and expanded into a 300 plus room hotel with a finished off with a hot spring spa. Now a popular holiday getaway for the tourists both from Japan and abroad, this hotel packs itself to the brim both during the hot summers and the freezing winters. As part of our adventures down and around Hokkaido, we experienced this hotel and here’s our honest review of the Noboribetsu Grand Hotel: Our stay occurred from July 22nd to 23rd, this was our first night in Hokkaido after a long flight from Shanghai. A long hour drive from the highly trafficked New Chitose Airport would lead you to the Grand Hotel. Upon driving up, you would see how old the hotel is with its grey tiled walls and white drive up area. Greeting us at the hotel were the bellmen bowing as they would in the Japanese-style etiquette as you enter the lobby filled with one of Noboribetsu’s gift shop, monster figures, and marbled front desk area. None of the staff members spoke much English, so our lovely tour guide helped us in translation. Our check-in agent guided us through the specific details of the hotel facilities, breakfast facilities, and tatami installation times. We were given a 4-person Japanese-style “VIP” room, which consists of an at most 30 SQM space with a tatami floored living/bedroom space combination, a sitting room, a toilet room, a sink area, and a compact bathroom with separate shower & bathtub facilities. During the daytimes, living room acts a place for dining and seating with tatami chairs and a table. The TV stands at a corner. At around 7PM, the room attendants would turnover the tatami beds by moving the tables and chairs into the closet space and setting up the tatami beds. The tatami beds were rather inconvenient for us because of the size of the pillows that made of the tatami rather hard to sleep on. Don’t get us wrong, tatami beds are an efficient sleeping beds for families, but a single small sized pillow per bed makes the difference between authentic Japanese comfort and discomfort. Much of the challenge during the sleeping process was making sure your body stayed on the mattress when getting used to the firm yet small bean-filled pillow. I would recommend rooms that they provide that caters to a more westernized style with full beds. The tatami issue is a situation the hotel needs to revamp on. If they can start providing extra pillows in the closet or thicker sized pillows, it would be a great turnaround. The Japanese Hot Spring SPA concept is quite bizarre. Unlike mos
Bourou Noguchi Noboribetsu (Adult Only)
4.5/522 Reviews
This is a belated post. I stayed 1 night in this hotel in May 2018 and it was unforgettable. Each room is as big as an apartment, complete with lounge and private onsen in the bathroom. But I must warn that the bathroom windows have no shades and it looks out to the car park and forest (depending on which side of the hotel your room is). Overall, the rooms are big, beds are comfortable and bathrooms are luxurious. The breakfast is also delicious!
Ryotei Hanayura
4.6/591 Reviews
We had high expectations based on other reviews but had such a terrible stay that we are in the process of seeking a refund. Booked the largest room to fit the family bt were then told that I had only booked for two. This was my fault as I should have read the fine print but was fine with the extra charge - however this was then quoted as 50,000 yen for each of my two kids. Higher than the charge for the original room per person. They kept us in the lobby for half an hour while seeing if they could find food - the manager in a loud voice on the phone describing how the ”gaijin” had messed up the reservation and could they possibly help...it seems he didn't realise I speak fluent Japanese. Anyway long story short we booked a separate room or my kids at a cheaper rate. The hotel is very dated and not worth the price - the superior rooms have not changed since the 80s bubble period and the cleaning failed to find a very unfortunate item from the previous guest in our bed - which I have never seen in 30 years of staying in top hotels. The food was very nice for dinner and the lady we had as our waitress was lovely. Unfortunately the front manager and the overall experience spoiled what was supposed to be the highlight of our Hokkaido trip. Unmitigated disaster.
Oyado Kiyomizuya
4.5/556 Reviews
A real Japanese hotel, you have to take off your shoes when you enter the door, wear the hotel's bamboo shoes to the room or walk around; when you go out, hand over the key to the front desk, their staff will help you take out the shoes and put a chair next to it for easy shoes. The hotel staff is mainly elderly, with Japanese-style clothing, very Japanese flavor; The front desk staff is fluent in English and will give you details about the location of the hotel, the time it takes to walk to different attractions, the hotel also has coupons for tickets to bear ranch, if I remember correctly, it is 10% discount. Booked a set meal with half a meal, including dinner and breakfast, and a special person will send the room to set it up at a fixed time; dinner is about to be sent to the 2-3 round, and the food can't be supported. The key is that when I haven't digested the meal the night before, the breakfast the next day is delivered as scheduled. I feel that the night and morning of staying in this hotel are eating and eating. The room is actually very large, with a living room (Japanese lounge), guest room and separate bathroom, bathroom. The hotel's hot spring pool is not big, the hot spring should not be the mainstay of their home, the mainstay may be a Japanese-style set meal.
Noboribetsu Guest House AKA & AO
4.4/528 Reviews
Given the small remote location of the city, this is a really charming, modern guesthouse with good amenities. It’s very clean, has a small kitchen for guests, and a cafe with coffee and homemade soft serve (it’s great!) Five minute walk to the train station and bus to the Onsen. Good common seating area too and nice modern bathrooms. The dorms are also nice but beds and pillows are a bit too firm for me. But fine overall. The curtain for the beds is also a little cumbersome but it’s a nice big space to spread out. Can be snug with luggage but overall works. Staff is also very nice and speaks English well overall. Breakfast is free and quite good too. This hostel is a bit expensive for the area and Japan but with the breakfast included I think it’s a good deal overall. Would definitely stay again.
Takinoya Bekkan Tamanoyu
4.4/514 Reviews
We wanted a more private ryokan experience with dinner served privately rather than a buffet so we chose this ryokan. It was a great experience although it cost a lot, I think the price is a bit steep for services or food provided. The good: the location is central, on the shopping street itself and very walkable to the Hell Valley. We arrived by car and there is free parking just across the ryokan. The ryokan is smallish so more personal. We were served dinner in a private room, very cozy and intimate compared to buffet with lots of other tourists in bigger hotels. There was no non smoking room but I was pleasantly surprised by the very clean air. The onsen is small one outdoor one indoor but we were the only people using it - just me and my three daughters and my husband next door in the man side - fantastic since it was our first onsen experience and we were worried about being in our birth suit. The shampoos etc was very good in the onsen. The not so good: It was quite hard to locate as the sign is not in English. It took us a while. The main course of the dinner was a disappointment, the grilled mackerel was dried and not piping hot. The same dish served at Onsen Ichiba just up the road was so much better. The other main course choice was pork which was average. The sashimi was a standout but for my hubby who doesn’t eat raw food the dinner was very mediocre despite the high price. Overall it was a great first onsen and ryokan experience.

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Highest PriceUS$2,399
Lowest PriceUS$25
Number of Reviews 1,786
Number of hotels54
Average Price(Weekday Night)US$352
Average Price(Weekend Night)US$367